Art: Ian Tan Gallery – Summer Group Show till August 15

Enjoy the Vancouver seawall in Tim Fraser’s dreamy and curvaceous paintings… and join other artists in our SUMMER GROUP SHOW, until August 15  with over 80 paintings in our Central Gallery at 1/F, 68-70 Wellington Street, Central



Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra Presents

Masterworks C

Fri & Sat 8PM
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
$320 $240 $180

Exclusive discount for CCCHK:
Adult (20% off): $256 $192 $144
Full time Student (55% off): $144 $108 $81

FRANCK The Accursed Hunter
SAINT-SAËNS Piano Concerto No.2
BEETHOVEN Symphony No.3 Eroica

Antoni Wit conductor
Ingrid Fliter piano

The most heroic of composers, Beethoven, penned his Third Symphony with Napoleon in mind. It became a celebration of the ‘Heroic’ nature of all humanity. ‘Eroica’ inspires and thrills, and Polish conductor Antoni Wit is one of its greatest interpreters. Saint-Saëns’ Second Piano Concerto begins in homage to his hero Bach, but the mood nimbly changes to Parisian jollity for Argentinean pianist Ingrid Fliter. The concert begins with an anti-hero: the noble count who dares to go hunting on Sunday when he should be in church. Heaven’s punishment – he himself will be hunted by terrifying demons for all eternity!

To purchase the discounted tickets, please fax the completed form to 2721
5419 on or before 30 August, 5pm. Enquiries: 2721 2332.


Technology: RIM PlayBook Launches Movie Store App

The BlackBerry Video Store, run by Rovi Entertainment, was launched in the U.S. earlier this year, but made its Canadian debut Wednesday. According to a spokesperson, users can sample before they purchase, with movie and TV trailers available free of charge. Happy Feet 2 and Sherlock Holmes: Games of Shadows, were among the thousands of movies available for rent or purchase.

“Customers . . . can also begin watching media as soon as they start to download a file. They won’t have to wait for the entire file to transfer before they can begin enjoying great entertainment,” said spokesperson Nick Manning in an e-mailed statement.

To read the full article please click here.

Hong Kong’s Largest Bullion Vault Signals Rising Asia Wealth

Hong Kong’s largest gold-storage facility, which can hold about 22 percent of the bullion now in Fort Knox, will open in September to meet rising demand from banks and the wealthy, according to owner Malca-Amit Global Ltd. (3271)

The facility, located on the ground floor of a building within the international airport compound, has capacity for 1,000 metric tons, said Joshua Rotbart, general manager for the Hong Kong-based company’s Malca-Amit Precious Metals unit. Two of the vaults may hold assets, including gold, for banks and financial institutions, and others will be used for diamonds, jewelry, fine art and precious metals, said Rotbart.

To read the full story please click here.

Theatre de la Dame de Coeur presents a beautiful Canadian show ”HARMONY”

The TDC / Theatre de la Dame de Coeur presents a beautiful Canadian show ”HARMONY” in the Hong Kong International Arts Carnival!

To reserve your tickets now, please contact Roger Lacroix at

August 3 
19:30 – Show in Cantonese
August 4
15:30 – Show in Cantonese
19:30 – Show in English
August 5
15:30 – Show in Cantonese
19:30 – Show in Cantonese

Develop your potential at Lululemon! – 2 amazing positions available

#1: Asian Distribution Manager – key person managing Lululemon’s relationship with their third party logistics distribution centre

#2: Logistics Coordinator– work with Lululemon’s shipping companies to get their product to the right place at the right time

For more information, please see the following two attachments that provide detailed descriptions of the positions.  To apply, please provide cover letter and CV to Tess Sloane <> and Geoff Watts <> who are in charge of the People Potential of Lululemon.